- DoorDash added eight new grocery partners: Cub, Eataly, El Super, Fiesta Mart, Lowe’s Markets, Pruett’s Food, Stater Bros. Markets and Strack & Van Til.
- DoorDash expanded its partnership with Aldi to include alcohol delivery.
- DoorDash's redesigned app includes a dedicated Grocery tab.
All new partners will be available on DashPass, DoorDash’s membership program that offers members $0 delivery fees from thousands of restaurants, grocery and convenience stores nationwide. DashPass members can enjoy the benefits on all eligible orders of $35 or more.
The new partnerships come on the heels of the launch of DoorDash’s redesigned consumer app. The redesigned app includes a dedicated Grocery tab, allowing consumers to easily shop from their favorite grocery stores for weekly essentials such as fresh produce, snacks for a dinner party or last minute emergency items like cold medicine.
DoorDash launched grocery and alcohol delivery both in 2020. The new grocery partnerships add to the more than 100,000 non-restaurant stores on DoorDash’s Marketplace and Drive platforms across North America. DoorDash’s alcohol catalog includes more than 100,000 SKUs available for purchase across thousands of grocers and restaurants nationwide by U.S. customers across 32 states.